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Lifestyle Curators for Thailand + Southeast Asia

July 2015

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by Jérôme Chambon Over the past few years, rosé wine has become very popular and its consumption has increased worldwide. Rosé is indeed the perfect companion for sipping at a barbecue party or beside a swimming pool, especially during the warmer

What they are doing at the newly opened italics, says Eugene Oelofse, director of brand communications, is offering a casual and fun dining experience: Italian food -- but with a Thai twist by Christopher Scott DixonMaking an impression and establishing a

At Kom-Ba-Wa, the focus is a modern twist on traditional Japanese cuisine by Christopher Scott DixonI like to think I’m an experienced and well-rounded citizen of the world … perhaps too well rounded, so it is a revelation to find an

Ever wondered how the diferent restaurant award-giving bodies in Thailand produce their winner's lists? Here are some insights: by Laurence CivilAll restaurant awards create some controversy in terms of how the results are achieved. They are driven as much by what

The recently concluded “World’s 50 Best Restaurants” awards in London – which yielded only two restaurants from Bangkok - provides a snapshot of current tastes and a raft of great places to eat around the world by Laurence CivilAt the recent

The Indian Princess 2015 saw the World Grand Finale take place in Bangkok recently, and received more than just a taste of a traditional warm Thai welcome by Percy Roxas Beauty pageants – love them or not -- are here to stay.

Central Embassy marks first birthday bash with exciting line-up of fun activities – and the first ever balloon art installation in Southeast Asia! Central Embassy recently celebrated its first anniversary by inviting the world-renowned artist group FriendsWithYou, led by Samuel Albert

Glitzy EmQuartier Bangkok joins The Emporium and other newly opened luxury malls in heralding a new era of sophisticated shopping experiences by Percy RoxasFrom The Emporium, you cross the sky bridge to reach EmQuartier – on a red carpet. You get

Maligcong, still one of the less-famous stars among the Philippines’ Cordillera, is going to shine brighter by Marco FerrareseI’m surrounded by an amphitheater of green pathways, chiseled into the slopes of hills that roll away farther than the horizon. A giant

With Banyan The Resort Hua Hin you don’t even have to choose between your club and your kids, as golf becomes a pretext for a family retreat by Laurence Civil The Thai tourism industry started just 200km south of Bangkok on the

Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas provides a perfect retreat for those looking for relaxation or adventure away from the crowds by Atthasith Khupratakul An extension of the popular Sheraton Hua Hin Resort and Spa, Sheraton Hua Hin Pranburi Villas provides an exclusive

Discover paradise by visiting Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa, a secluded seaside resort hidden like a gem in the Gulf of Siam by Percy Roxas Imagine a painting-in warm, subtle tones--of life in a small peaceful seaside Thai town. Then, add

Those looking for some solitude and natural beauty should head down the coast another hour from Hua Hin to one of Thailand’s best-kept secrets: Khao Sam Roi Yod National Park by Dave Stamboulis Bangkokians escape the bustle of the capital for Hua

“The loveliest line I always look forward to hear from guests is, ‘Wow, you remember us!’” by Percy RoxasHer day-to-day tasks begin in the morning when she checks for arrivals and departures. “The VIP, for example: returning, long staying, Club, and

Hideaway 'far from worries by Percy Roxas Hua Hin, located a short three-hour drive from Bangkok, has long been the weekend getaway of choice for Thais with a bit of disposable leisure income and savvy expats looking for some down time after

Hua Hin caters primarily to the domestic market and is fueled almost exclusively by weekend vacationers, as overnighters come down from Bangkok after work – but it has everything for everybody indeed! by Dave StamboulisFor many overworked and urban-grind weary Bangkokians,

THE LOCAL Name: Parichart Borisute Age: 60 Country: Thailand Job/Profession: TV producer (drama series)/Senior Editor, “World in Perspective” (TV news program) My favorite place: I love traveling in the ASEAN countries, and in particular, when done as part of cruise trips. I love the cruise

Jump into the history and evolution – and fun – of Isaan’s biggest candle festival! by Asisha Sachatheva Ubon Ratchathani, located in Northeast Thailand (Isaan), hosts one of the country’s most celebrated festivals. As the stereotype preaches, “Isaan” people listen to Luk